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Triple Play
National Teaching & Learning Forum (2010)
  • Charlie Sweet, Eastern Kentucky University
  • Hal Blythe, Eastern Kentucky University
  • William Phillips, Eastern Kentucky University
“Triple Play” presents three procedural techniques nicely reduced to related mnemonics for making the most of class time by embedding three different approaches to assessing students’ learning right there in the class that day. The fruits of such exercises doubtless will give faculty who try them important information on what’s working with their students and what is not, but a point the authors don’t emphasize is that the exercises will also compel students to become conscious of where they stand in their own learning as learning rather than as a response to how they felt about the class that day.
  • assessing teaching learning
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Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe and William Phillips. "Triple Play" National Teaching & Learning Forum Vol. 19 Iss. 2 (2010)
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